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>> hello and welcome to al jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz in new york. parliament calls for new elections. protestors say that's not enough. in ukraine, a symbolic gesture. as protestors topple a statute of a hero. >>> and early venezuelan elections, as that country struggles. tonight the crisis deepens in thailand. the prime minister suddenly dissolves parliament and is calling for new elections. picture of thousands rallying in the capitol where it is 11:00 in the morning. opposition party resigns from conflict. and the conflict is not over yet. wayne hay has the latest. >>> there is no indication that the prime minister will dissolve parliament, that they will change their goals. those goals have in fact changed a bit over the past few weeks. at first they said they would accept house dissolution. that quickly changed into their goal being the removal of the regime, referring to the former prime minister who was ousted in 2006 and lives in self proclaimed compile. his sister is now prime minister. they say the government is corrupt, this current government is corrupt and only
have a moral obligation to pay more than the wage. father jonathan morris is here to weigh in on that. $15 an hour, tax the rich, you must have health insurance or else. here is my take on the command economy. that's what it is. the left quarterbacked by president obama is trying to command the return of prosperity, command fairness, with an of a magic wand and command the economy to obey the white house. look at the $15 an hour movement. they want to legislate wages. it's not what you bring to the wage table, it's what politicians decree you should be paying, that's a command. look at the tax the rich idea. and that's an attempt to command income equality. wave that wand, make them pay, even more, and they tell you we will be all more equal. really? and how has that been going for the las five years. and then obamacare, perhaps the new motherload of the command economy, you shall have health insurance. you will give us your personal information, and stop whining if we lose it. you had enough of this yet? you see, it doesn't work. command economies do not produce widespread prosperity
'm joined by jonathan capehart, and john rosen that will, founder of stop handgun violence. i'll start with you, jonathan capehart. before we discuss the situation, i want the to ask about a joint statement today made by the family of newtown's victims. after thanking people for their kindness and thoughts at this time, they suggested the best way to help on saturday would be to perform an act of charity. i think that's something many people can relate to. and yet there are so many who think this is a time to also think about other collective action, including policy change. >> yes. well, you can understand, if you've met any of the families, the newtown families, you can understand, you know that the pain from a year ago is still very much -- very much present, very much on the surface. and so their desire, one for privacy, and two, for acts of kindness or charity, are understandable. but we also have to understand that there are people out there who have been fighting for gun violence reduction, changes in gun policies that would make it possible for there to be, you know, more safet
, jonathan grub rn, professor of economics. he helped craft the affordable care act, and michael smerconish, an msnbc contributor. michael, i want to start with you. you have been struggling dealing with this affordable care act, trying to get coverage for you and your family. but it sound like you had something of a breakthrough today. >> i have had a horrific experience since october 1st, lawrence. in fact, i remember naively waking up at 5:00 a.m. on the day of the launch, thinking i would go on the site, explore my options, go on the radio and say here they are for my family of five. for eight weeks, could not get any satisfaction online until today. i'm online right now in real time, in fact, i don't think you'll bow able to see it too clearly -- >> hold it up, we'll try. >> all right, there are the 24 plans that are now available for my wife and me and our three sons. our daughter is about to hit 26, so she'll no longer be on the plan, but i can tell you i have 24 plans available to me. i'm in pen pep. we don't even have our own exchange. this via the federal exchange. they range on t
post. a political columnist and progressive activist. jonathan, let's peck up that quote we just played for obama there saying next year we will have some sort of bipartisan plan on voting rights. i took a step back. are we sure it's going to be bipartisan? are we sure there will be meaningful bipartisan plan. everything i have seen tells me there may be a plan next year. i'm hard pressed to see where it's bipartisan. >> we are saying an eternally hopeful, optimistic president who knows full well that whoever, and especially he's for it, is going to be impossible to get age done. the republicans have made it clear on any issue from the bucket, economy, jobs, health care, immigration you name it they will stand in the way of quote giving him a win. they don't want him to succeed. as we know, there have been two books wren that republicans collude before he was inaugurated to insure he would not be successful. so a president's job is to be hopeful and optimistic. that's what the president is being here, but that's not to say that he shouldn't try. because the president, while hopeful and
students at byu and jonathan was meeting her family for the first time over the holiday and the wedding is a month from day the jonathan's uncle has faith in the piloting but necessities there is more at issue. >> our concern is they have survived the crash and could be injured but having to survive in ten degree weather at night with snow and no way to keep warm. >> his son, daniel, and his wife were on the plane. daily smith founded serial tek a pioneer so the wear giant. searching begins in an hour. >> in sonoma, efforts are growing for the creation of a park in memory of 13-year-old andy lopez, the board is looking at respecting the lot where lopez was shot while carrying a copy ak-47 by a sheriff deputy in october. the board made a move to putting cameras on deputies to instill trust in the governments and demands by the protesters that the deputy be indicted. >> potential republican candidate is doing better than the rest for voting for president in three years. 47 percent have a favorable view of new jersey governor chris christie. 19 percent see him unfairbly. christie woman re-
daughter amber and jonathan norton her fiancee. their wedding just three weeks away. family and friends know that after three nights on subzero cold, time may be running out. >> continue your prayers and continue to hope for a miracle. >> reporter: clayton abc news denver. >> we're getting more details on the deadly shooting of a man who tried to sell a playstation 4 on instagram. he went before a judge today. 21-year-old ronnie collins is charged with the mudder. the prosecutor said collins took advantage of the christmas season to pray on people. he offered to buy the playstation 4 but when they met at a park collins pulled out a gun. he then offered to give up the game console in exchange for his life. >> hey, man, you can have the playstation. this isn't worth it or something to that effect and the defendant said nah and pointed the gun back down at him. >> disturbing, obviously. authorities say collins shot him four times. collins also tasfaces two charg of attempted robbery. >> police are investigating a possible kidnapping caught on surveillance video. i want to show that to you.
>> hello, welcome to al jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz in new york. merrill newman is back on u.s. soil. the korean war veteran has his long-awaited homecoming after being detained in north korea. >> cheers greet french troops in the central african republic. >> finally as a family we are humbled by the messages of condolence and support that we receive from government and people of the world. >> the family of nelson mandela makes its first statement since his death as the memorial grows for the antiapartheid leader. power outages and a travel nightmare. wintry weather spreads across the u.s. >> tonight a u.s. veteran is home with his family after being held in north korea for more than a month. merrill newman arrived in the 85-year-old was accused of committing crimes while he served in the korean war. his family called merrill newman's time in north korean's hands, "a very difficult ord eel", >> melissa chan has the story. >> when merrill newman made the trip, he would not have known how difficult it would turn out. after weeks of detention he's in the u.s., looking healthy, w
you. jonathan betz is here. jonathan. >> it is going to be a who's who of royals, celebrities, a leader of every major country will be in south africa, 100 have rscped so far. the queen of gland can't make it but david cameron can. mandela also close with cuba so its president, rool castro, -- raul castro will be there. hassan rouhani is coming. put not israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he is concerned about the high security cost. >>> the dalai lama will be there. ful of johannesburg wip be shut down. an entire airport will be set aside for just the vips. security will be as tighter as it's ever pen. >> i'm sure the teams charged with the protection of the dignitaries are lee a liaising h the south african police. >> likely be the world's largest memorial service in decades. tony. >> all right, boy, that will be. and it's happening in just a few hours' time. jonathan, thank you. many towns are celebrating, the milestones that mandela achieved in south africa but as allen schauffler reports. >> it's also the heart of high end retail in johannesburg in one of the riche
kinds of that an kraefk cancer and henry's life was taken over by a friend jonathan silver and for about 6 or seven years they were talking and then i dies of pancreatic cancer and david moves back to england. he stays in his town during the summers the town of britain ton and in his mom's 90s he finds her a place there he is driving back and forth to yoblg to see him on his death bed. this is the road on his way to york. n this is about a 2 minute section of the drive but if i see a video of the drive you'll see as you come into town you see this phone booth and you get down to the bottom and you see this house that way and you see this wall you never see that like this it's a compression. this monument you're on your way out of town all those fields there are imagines like this. for example, if you want to get to this point you see this horizon those horizons are piled on top of each other. this is more the case in this picture which is the final picture of the series this is the view of the hill. this is coming over the hill and you see the whole vista with. i often saw that as him ov
of that situation? is that father jonathan? i saw you in the shot there. see you, father jonathan. jon: come out. >> gift for jesus. father jonathan gives his opinion to us next. jon: fox news alert. we're told the president and first lady will be heading to south africa to pay respects to the memory of nelson mandela. he of course died yesterday at the age of 95. the funeral is scheduled for december 15th and the obamas will be attending. >> one of the things that we talked about a lot with nelson mandela is paying it forward. that ties into the next story more than spreading holiday cheer. growing movement, tips for jesus, surprising restaurants and bar servers with tips in the hundreds sometimes thousands of dollars. this one for $5,000 for a $557 drink bill at a bar in michigan. the movement is gaining steam in response to a tip left by a pastor in st. louis, i give god 10%, why should i give you 18? apparently people think that was message for jesus. tips for jesus is doing opposite for that. we have to talk about jesus with somebody who knows bit. father jonathan morris, fox news religion
group of cme. jonathan corpina on floor of new york stock exchange. phil, we'll start with you. gold prices are falling near the lowest levels of the year. $1200 is danger point, right? >> eally is. that is the talk where the nominal cost of production. it had a real hard time, every time it is been below there once. it didn't stay there long. a lot going on. we're looking at economic data here in the u.s., better than expected. mario draghi, didn't sound like the dove we thought he would be. that means less stimulus in europe. gold bulls do not like to hear the talk. we'll wait to see how the jobs report tomorrow is before we get excited about the market. up big yesterday. a bit of a pullback today. adam: we had quite a bit of, understanding about oil yesterday. what is happening with prices. they're on track for another straight day of gains, phil? >> they really are. we're seeing big unwinding right now in the brent wti spread. if you remember last couple weeks it would be buying brent, selling wti, that is all changing. we're getting oil from the gulf coast. down towards the gul
jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz in new york. parliament calls for new elections. protestors say that's not enough. in ukraine, a symbolic gesture. as protestors topple a statute of a hero. >>> and early venezuelan elections, as that country struggles.
was traveling 50 mph faster than it should have been when it derailed, and there is more. jonathan martin is on the scene. what's the latest? >> reporter: john, we know a piece of key information, you mentioned the speed. but what we don't know is was this a situation where it was operator error? where the conductor was operating this train too quickly, or was there a mechanical mistake? was there an issue with the braking system? an issue on the track? that's something that ntsb wants to know. but today speed may have caused is derailment, something reported early on by many witnesses and those people on board. investigators with the national transportation safety board say they now know that the commuter train that derailed was going too fast as it approached a curve. >> the preliminary information, and let me emphasize preliminary information from the event recorders shows that the train was traveling 82 mph. as it went into a 30 mph curve. >> reporter: invesinvestigatorsy it's too early to know if speeding was the cause or if it was mechanical error like brakes. >> we don't know if it
, healthy meals delivered across much of san francisco in a matter of minutes. >> yeah. abc 7's jonathan bloom explains how they do it. >> reporter: steven sea works long hours at a startup. that means no stopping for dinner. >> the one chicken for you -- >> yep. >> reporter: a few weeks ago, this would have been pizza. now -- >> some chicken? with the sauce -- >> reporter: steven stuffing his face with something that's healthy. >> nothing overcooked or anything. >> reporter: it just so happens steven shares an office with sprig, and he's one of their first customers. sprig is dinner on demand. it's an iphone app where you push a button and a healthy meal shows up, usually in about 20 minutes. >> hi. >> thisr you today -- >> reporter: the magic doesn't start when you push the button. it actually started hours earlier when they took a vacuum sealed bag of ingredients and put it into a steaming hot bath of water. in order to change the way your food gets to you, they had to change the way they cook it. >> here's the vacuum serial. >> reporter: nate kellar is the executive chef. he learned
tribute to the leader who inspired the world to hope. >> jonathan hunt takes a look back at nelson mandela's extraordinary life. >> when nelson mandela walked free from prison on february the 11th, 1990, he knew as did the rest of the world, that white domination in south africa was about to end. he fought apartheid since the introduction in south africa in 1948 campaigning peacefully at first then advocating and taking part in violent resistance. in 1964 mandela was sentenceded to life with hard labor and sent to the no fore why yonotorious d prison. they quickly gathered pace. ♪ nelson mandela became the most famous political prisoner on the planet. within months of his 1990 release he was holding peace talks with south africa's fw declerck. in april 1994 with apartheid abolished nelson mandela became president himself after south africa first all race election. >> i have fought against white domination. i have fought very firmly against the nation where all south africans are equal. >> nelson mandela served one five year term but remained perhaps the most influential figure in
body this morning. you can see the south african flag draped over his coffin. jonathan hunt is here with more. a lot of gestures of reconciliation. >> nelson mandela talked so often about the need for forgiveness, for the south africa as a nation, but he also took many personal individual actions that proved he was going to walk that walk as well as talk the talk. for instance, here, that is his inauguration as president in 1994. he invited three of the white prison guards who had been among those holding him captive for 27 years. then after he was inaugurated, one of the first things he did in 1994 was go and see the widow of this woman. look at this guy. hfvervold. conceived apartheid, yet nelson mandela sat down for tea and doughnuts with that man's widow. the prosecutor who appeales for the death penalty in mandela's 1963 trial, in 1995, nelson mandela invited him to lunch. >> wow. he used sports and sports fans to really unite the country. >> you and i talk about this on foxnews.com last night, shep, when this news was breaking. this picture -- look at this. this is nelson mand
of two of the most influential names in tech. here's jonathan bloom. >> reporter: when mike teaches math, technology is everywhere. it's how he collects the homework. >> taylor, megan and ashley. >> reporter: and goes over the trouble spots. >> 12 to the second power is 144. >> reporter: take a rubber stylus and an ipad and add powerpoints for a classroom of kids paying attention. >> totally engaged to the kids an they love it. and you can just see their eyes open when they see technology on the big screen. >> reporter: it's new face of education for a new generation of learners. >> these kids are digital natives and this is their world. >> reporter: never mind the ipads and the fancy projection screens. one of the most important ingredients is one you can't see. this middle school has a blazingly fast internet connection and a luxury half the schools in san mateo county doesn't have. >> they have 500 or in the case of this school over 800 kids trying to use that bandwidth. >> reporter: evan marwel is the head of a nonprofit out to change that with $9 million from microsoft founder bill
>> this is al jazeera america live from new york. i'm jonathan betz. the 6-week north korean odyssey is over for merrill newman, back home with hisno carrierringring with the white tilers. for merrill newman the war was ancient history. for north korea, ever ready to fight american imperialists. merrill newman was an enemy of the state. the two countries never signed a peace treaty, are techniy at war and as such his release likely required the personal approval of the country's leader kim jong un. why he let merrill newman go now remains a mystery. >> after merrill newman is home and has a rest, we'll have more to say about his unusual and difficult journey. for now, though, we ask you to allow us time to be with him as a family. we ask that you not forget another american, kenneth bae. >> he sentenced to prison. caught spreading the word of christianity - viewed as a greater threat than a soldier merrill newman. >> what is interesting about the situation is something revealing about releasing merrill newman. if you look at the two people, a soldier and missionary. after all
and easier to get. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom has the story you will only see on abc7 news. >> tyrone has spent hours in rooms like this one wearing head bones and lessening to faint tones made by a big machine. >> i have been wearing hearing aids since in elementary school. >> that might be one were the last times he does this because it isn't a hearing clinic, it's a start-up this you can order online and set up at home. >> we plan to offer an alternative to what's out there. >> he knows all about what is out there. he found the the company that created lyric, the tiny hearing aid you wear all the time. now a new device, i-hear that costs a few hundred dollars instead of a few of several thousands. >> making it more affordable. >> you plug into a website. early test subjects say they like it a lot better than the big ones. >> i hear the fluorescent lights, i here the computers, i hear your watch, i hear everything. >> the parts inside the device are incredibly small. under the microscope you see on the screen the image of the circuit so tiny it's about the advertise of a grain of di
aids dramatically cheaper and easier to get. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom has the story you will only see on abc7 news. >> tyrone moore has spent hours in rooms like this one wearing headphones made by a big machine. >> i have been wearing hearing aids since in elementary school. >> that might be one were the last times he does this because it isn't a hearing clinic, it's a start-up this you can order online and set up at home. >> we plan to offer an alternative to what's out there. >> he knows all about what is out there. he founded the company that created lyric, the tiny hearing aid you wear all the time. now a new device, i-hear that costs a few hundred dollars instead of a few of several thousands. >> making it more affordable. the hearing aids plug into your computer and guides you through a hearing test and guides you through adjustments. don't let the size fool you. early test subjects say they like it a lot better than the big ones. >> i hear the fluorescent lights, i hear the computers, i hear your watch, i hear everything. >> the parts inside the device are incred
. coming up next, jonathan strong joins us. >> he has a play. he has the soul. >> soul. . >> pope frances pay have a secret life. rumor is he sneaks out of the vatican at night might be true. the pope dresses in regular priests clothes, goes into rome,ed a ministers to the homeless. he won't confirm this, himself. >> oh my god, he's a vigilante vickar coming to the help of those in need. he's the bat-pope. holy, holy, father nation. it all makes so much sense now. he's just like bruce wane. he's a wealthy bachelor who lives alone in a giant mansion and bruce wane has the batmobile while frances has the popemobile. not only that, batman talks to morgan freeman and the pope talks to god, who is also morgan freeman. >> for example past the hour with us. jonathan strong, good to have you on the show. >> good morning. >> we pecked the must red from your piece in the national review you write this about the feud between senator minority leader mitch mcconnell and the heritage foundation. there are some echoes of the message in your book, joe. in this piece. >> their feud has been one of the mos
kim jong-un's first purge. jonathan hunt is live with more. jonathan? >> reporter: very interesting, jon. this is a clear sign that kim jong-un, the leader of north korea very much wants to could consolidate and demonstrate his power. in the two years he has been the north korean leader, his uncle has been very much been the power behind the thrown. now he has been thrown out in disgrace. take a look at these pictures from a party meeting over the weekend. that is tac being escorted out of that party meeting. now many purges have happened in north korea but few have been made as public as this one. with those pictures being released, also a long statement read on state television, giving what the party said were the reasons for uncle jong being purged. statement said in part, quote, abusing his power, he engrossed in irregularities and corruption. had improper relations with several women and was wined andy restaurants. idealogically sick and extremely idle he used drugs and squandered foreign currency at casinos while he was receiving medical treatment in a foreign country under th
francisco in a matter of minutes. >> yeah. abc 7's jonathan bloom explains how they do it. >> reporter: steven sea works long hours at a startup. that means no stopping for dinner. >> the one chicken for you -- >> yep. >> reporter: a few weeks ago, this would have been pizza. now -- >> some chicken? with the sauce -- >> reporter: steven stuffing his face with something that's healthy. >> nothing overcooked or anything. >> reporter: it just so happens steven shares an office with sprig, and he's one of their first customers. sprig is dinner on demand. it's an iphone app where you push a button and a healthy meal shows up, usually in about 20 minutes. >> hi. >> this for you today -- >> reporter: the magic doesn't start when you push the button. it actually started hours earlier when they took a vacuum sealed bag of ingredients and put it into a steaming hot bath of water. in order to change the way your food gets to you, they had to change the way they cook it. >> here's the vacuum serial. >> reporter: nate kellar is the executive chef. he learned this when he was executive chef at googl
wrong and why. jonathan martin has the latest. >> reporter: the question remains now: was this caused by operator error or some sort of mechanical error on the brakes. we know from the ntsb, speed was a factor. >> that's something that was reported early on by passengers and witnesses. investigators with the national transportation safety board say they now know the commuter train was going too fast as it approached a curve. >> the preliminary information -- let me emphasize this is preliminary information -- from the event recorders shows that the train was traveling at approximately 82 miles per hour as it went into a 30-mile-an-hour curve. >> investigate orders say it's too early to know if speeding was caused by operator or mechanical error, like an issue with the brakes. >> we don't know whether the brakes went to zero pressure because of a valve change or because of the train break-up. six seconds coming to a stop, the trolths had been at some power setting. >>> emergency cruise worked in the morning, using cadaver dogs and divers. all of the passengers and crew members have bee
dramatically cheaper and easier to get. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom has the story you will only see on abc7 news. >> tyrone moore has spent hours in rooms like this one wearing tones made by a big machine. listening to faint tones made by a big machine. >> i have been wearing hearing aids since in elementary school. >> that might be one were the last times he does this because it isn't a hearing clinic, it's a start-up this you can order online and set up at home. >> we plan to offer an alternative to what's out there. >> he knows all about what is out there. he found the the company that created lyric, the tiny hearing aid you wear all the time. now a new device, i-hear that costs a few hundred dollars instead of a few of several thousands. >> making it more affordable. >> you plug into a website. don't let the size fool you. early test subjects say they like it a lot better than the big ones. >> i hear the fluorescent lights, i hear the computers, i hear your watch, i hear everything. >> the parts inside the device are incredibly small. under the microscope you see on the screen t
on the scompleft his wife. and smith's daughter amber and her fiancee, jonathan norton. >> the concern is that they've surviveed and may be injured but they're having to survive in ten degree weather at night time. possibly with snow coming down. and no way to keep warm. >> command staff will meet tonight to decide the status of the search tomorrow. vic lee abc7 news. >> police investigating a possible kidnapping caught on surveillance video. take a look. a bus driver pulled up last night around 6:00. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus. a man pulled her awachl the driver called 911. by the time police arrived they couldn't find the people. police are asking for anyone who knows the man or woman in this video to contact the police department. >> i want to show you video. a fremont police hope you can capture a crook caught on video. detectives posted this on you tube showing a man going through a drawer on eggers drive. happening to be looking for stuff to steal in front of 12 of surveillance cameras little did he know. the break in happened around 12:30 saturday afternoon. police have
his wife. and smith's daughter amber and her fiancee, jonathan norton. >> the concern is that they've surviveed and may be injured but they're having to survive in ten degree weather at night time. possibly with snow coming down. and no way to keep warm. >> command staff will meet tonight to decide the status of the search tomorrow. vic lee abc7 news. >> police investigating a possible kidnapping caught on surveillance video. take a look. a bus driver pulled up last night around 6:00. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus. a man pulled her awachl the driver called 911. by the time police arrived they couldn't find the people. police are asking for anyone who knows the man or woman in this video to contact the police department. >> i want to show you video. a fremont police hope you can capture a crook caught on video. detectives posted this on you tube showing a man going through a drawer on eggers drive. happening to be looking for stuff to steal in front of 12 of surveillance cameras little did he know. the break in happened around 12:30 saturday afternoon. police have
a boost from two of the influential names in tech. here is abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom. when mike goes over trouble spots, take a rubber stylus, equalling a classroom full of kids paying attention. >> this engages kids. you can see their eyes open. when seeing this on the big screen >> these kids are digital natives and this is their world. >> but never mind ipads. one of the important ingredients is one you can't see. a blazingly fast internet connection. a luxury half of the schoolses in the county don't have. >> they have 500 in the case of this school over 800 kids. >> even is the head of the education super highway. out to change that with serious hip help. >> i think what they've realized is that we're at a tipping point now. >> marchwell envisions a world where dozen was stream individual yeet once using world events as teachable moments but the super highway has to find which schools need an upgrade, connect with grand money and give help spending it in the best way possible. saying investing is good for silicon valley. >> if they're going to have the work force we need to
jonathan bloom. over trouble spots, take a rubber stylus, equalling a classroom full of kids paying attention. >> this engages kids. you can see their eyes open. when seeing this on the big screen >> these kids are digital natives and this is their world. >> but never mind ipads. one of the important ingredients is one you can't see. a blazingly fast internet connection. a luxury half of the schoolses in the county don't have. >> they have 500 in the case of this school over 800 kids. >> even is the head of the education super highway. out to change that with serious hip help. >> i think what they've realized is that we're at a tipping point now. >> marchwell envisions a world where dozen was stream individual yeet once using world events as teachable moments but the super highway has to find which schools need an upgrade, connect with grand money and give help spending it in the best way possible. saying investing is good for silicon valley. >> if they're going to have the work force we need to be investing in our web site schools. >> oning girl's quincenera dream got a boost today
. i am jonathan betz live in new york. >> protest orders in ukraine toppel a statute of a soviet hero. anger mounts to the government's push to go closer with russia. >>> peace keepers are on patrol as the president admits he's losing control in south america. >>> a day of prayer and reflexion for new mexico new mexico from south sfrikdz to half a world away. people honoring his legacyafricf a world away. people honoring his legacy. the same snowstorm that caused problems in the midwest is bringing dangerous weather to the
getting the go ahead into the world of hillary clinton. jonathan allen and amy parent will be given rare access to clinton insiders for a new book out titled "hrc and the rebirth of hillary clinton." >>> former rnc chairman ed gillespie is considering a run to the senate and considering challenging mark warner next year. republicans have yet to land a top recruit to run against the popular democrat. >>> president obama welcomed recipients of the 36th annual kennedy center honors for the white house. this year's recipients are carlos santana, herbie hancock and billy joel along with martina arroyo and shirley maclaine. >>> that's going to do it for your morning dish of scrambled politics. joining me from washington for our first look at politics is washington post reporter david nakamura. david, good morning. >> hi. >> let's start with joe biden and his trip to asia. i know you were a pool reporter on that so welcome home. >> thank you. good trip. >> what exactly was the vice president able to accomplish? >> well, i think there were two things that really were foremost for the obama admin
including bart systemwide are on time. wayne: we are "let's make a deal." jonathan: it's a trip to puerto rico! (screaming) wayne: go get your car! - i've always wanted a... - wayne: you got one! - this is so great, i'm going to meet wayne brady. (screams) jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! verybody, welcome to "let's make a deal," i'm wayne brady, thank you so much for tuning in. three people let's make a deal. you on the end, tina. come over here stand right here, tina. let's see. elizabeth right there, you. and right there, in the army gear, you, come on over here. one, two, three, stand right there for me. welcome to the show. hey, tina. - hi. wayne: tina, are you a fairy? - i'
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jonathan bloom explains how they do that. >> steven c works long hours at start up. that means no stopping for dinner. few week ago this would have been pizza but now. >> some chicken with sauce. >> stuffing his face with something that's healthy. >> nothing oily or over cooked or anything like that. >>reporter: just so happens steven shares an office with sprig and he's one of the first customers. sprig is dinner on demand. it's an i-phone app where you push button and healthy meal shows up in 20 minutes. magic doesn't start when you push the button started hours earlier when they took a vacuum seal bag of ingredient that a steaming hot bath of water in order to change the way the food gets to you they change the way they cook it. >> vacuum sealer. >>reporter: nate is skawv chef he learned to do this when executive chef at google. >> cooked for incredibly large amounts of people and yet keep the quality the same would you find in a restaurant. >>reporter: sprig cooked almost everything under vacuum pressure keeps the moisture flavor locked in so they don't have to have it with sauc
education are in. for americans the numbers are going in the wrong direction. jonathan betz has the results. these tests show yet again american students are willing. the program for international student assessment tested students from around the world. asian countries were the top scores. the united states didn't crack the top 20. only 9% of american teens scored in the top two levels of maths, compared to shanghai where half the students who tested aced the exam. in maths 29 countries ranked better than america, including germany, u.k., france. but also countries like esownia, slovenia, chubb lick and latvia. for what it's worth, the u.s. outperformed students in mexico, jordan and indonesia. after 12 years of these tests the united states has not improved scores. the education secretary called it a picture of stagnation. >> the u.n. is marking today as international day for persons with disabilities. saying more than 1 billion people, 15% of the world's population live with a disability. the government estimates 19% of people have one, and many are children. some schools use technology
and jonathan was meeting her family. the wedding is january 4. his son daniel and his wife are on the plane. if they survived crash surviving the weather is another major problem. >> right now we are in winter conditions with snow on the ground and temperatures you are in the single digits at night and this is hampering the search effort. >> dale smith is a software pioneer who founded serial tek and considered an experienced pilot. to that effect at 6:00, we will hear from a family member, one of those open board would said he has total faith if his ability. >> federal officials are on the heightened alert this morning after a truck carrying dangerous radioactive material was stolen south of the border. authorities say the truck was stolen at a gas station near mexico city. it was carrying a medical device to treat cancer patients and there is a radioactive material that can be dangerous if remove ed. it is not clear if the thieves know what they have. officials are concerned it could be used to make a dirty bomb which would not explode but could make people sick. >> in sonoma efforts are
could be surprising for many. jonathan betz has a closer look at what the president says is an economic inequality gap. >> simply put the poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer. first off, what does this mean? the median income for an american household was $53,000, down $yea from the year before and down $5,000 from 1999 when you adjust for inflation. but the economy is growing. however almost all of the money that's being made is going to the very rich. since 2009 the income of the top 1% grew by 31%. money is being made, but only for about a million and a half people here. yet for everyone else, 99% of the population, their salaries have barely moved in four years, less than 1%. the richest are taking home the most since the 1920s. why? some suggest years of tax cuts for the wealthy, the growth of the finance and technology companies, led to wall street fat cats and techies. computers and robots have taken a lot of the jobs since the 1970s. the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. president obama has suggested to bump it up to about $10 an hour. one study suggests the mini
, jonathan norton. allen dayton is norton's uncle. >> they're deeply in lochlt i got my wedding announcement a couple days ago. they're scheduled to be married january 4th. >> the search was expanded. about 60 people are combing grounds. five aircraft and two helicopters are now in the air. they brought in high tech equipment to help pinpoint the plane's path. >> it has a capability to bring in is from civil air patrol in wyoming which has forward-looking radar. it detects temperatures on the ground and can detect temperatures anomalies. >> reporter: command staff will decide the status of the search tomorrow. vic lee, abc7 plus. >> and still ahead on abc7 news at 4:00 major efforts to get beached whales back into the weather. >> plus, for helping out a charity. >> radio active material that could be in the wrong hands in mexico. >> this is in berkeley. mcarthur maze is backed up, very slow. traffic moving from left to right is on i 80 headed towards berkeley. it's a parking lot. right side of the screen, folks heading back towards san francisco or 580 moving faster. back with more to thos
. >> jonathan hunt reporting on the passing of nelson mandela. i mentioned we learned this morning that he was gravely ill. he had been in a hospital for weeks on end. his family had gathered. his daughter at least believed the last days were upon them. in fact she said he is on his death bed. after a quarter till midnight in south africa, the president made the announcement the civil rights icon and leader to the world had passed. >> i'm shere shepherd smith in york. we have learn ed from the president of south africa that the civil rights icon nelson mandela died a short time ago at the age of 95. mandela was the first black president of south africa and an enduring icon of the struggle against racial opposition. he died according to the announcement of the governor leaving the nation without the moral center at a time of growing dissatisfaction with the country's leaders. those words lead the new york sometimes article that came out moments ago. mr. mandela spent 27 years in prison after being convicted of treason. by negotiating with captors after his release in 1990, mandela led the a
. and as jonathan bloom explains, they are tapping some of the top mind at yale and uc berkeley to make that happen. >> synonym to facebook would be procrastination. >> unrehearsed unsensor panel of real live teenager was star attraction at facebook fourth annual day of compassion. >> some kid was going to delete the facebook because colleges now look at them. he had all these like drunkie pictures or party picture. >> day other which is marked by chart graph and people with p hd who study how the teens ber act on facebook including bullying. >> we found most important thing kids bull why is the support as soon as point. teen flag a picture or status update that bothers them facebook suggest a few friend they might want to talk it over with. common than bullying the simple misunderstanding. researchers from berkeley went through thousands office post flagged with mean or inappropriate and usually they weren't meant to offend anyone. >> a lot of time the very best thing for a person is to send a message. >> pre-written message drawn up by expert and conflict resolution getting a response 85 perce
of the most influential names in tech. here's jonathan bloom. >> when mike teaches math technology is everywhere. how he collects the homework. l and goes over the trouble spots. >> this is quul to? 144. >>reporter: take a rubber style and i-pad and power point it equals a class ramp full of kids who are paying attention. >> totally engage with the kid they love it. and you just can see their eye open when they sea technology on the big screen. >>reporter: it's the new face of education. for new generation of learners. >> these kids are dinl tl native and this is their world. they were completely engage entered the math class. >>reporter: never mind the i-pad and fancy pro 86 screen. most important ingredient is one you can't see. this middle school has blazingly fasten net connection. luxury that half the schools in san mateo county don't have. >> typical school in america has the same internet access as typical home but they have 500 or in the case of this school over 800 kid trying to use that band width e-the head of the education super highway non-profit out to change
and jonathan turley, said it's also like the rise of the fourth branch that the founders never intended but the federal agency have so much power to carry out in tandem with the executive branch things that the president would like to get done and there's no check on them. >> shannon, that's exactly right. any president that is going to use that regulatory power to the maximum extent they can otherwise their election has not meant anything. so let's take the dodd/frank bill, regulating the financial services or, as jon mentioned, obama care. those laws were probably 10% prescripted by congress, you will do this and you won't do that and that, by definition, is congress handing over the regulatory authorities, vast maneuver and we're seeing it used very aggressively right now. >> that's how we compromise. we can't resolve the issue between us so we leave it to the regulatory agencies. >> and kick it down the can? >> sure. sometimes it goes to court and the courts end up making the rule. but that's a different phenomenon, the one that you started out talking about, which is the president
and potentially quite a power struggle. jonathan hunt is with us on the news deck. i was reading about this. what struck me was how much they were saying about very private and personal matters, something i've never seen then north koreans do. >> this was a very public firing. there have been plenty of what communist party watchers like to call purges, incidents of officials being thrown out in the past, but none as public or humiliating as this one. look at these photographs published on state tv. they show the uncle literally thrown out of a communist party meeting, and those photographs came along with a long statement read on behalf of the government, by state television, reporters, the statement said, in part, that jung song had been kicked out because, quote, he had improper relations with several women and was wined and dined in back rooms of luxury restaurants, ideologically sick and eyesle. he used funds and squandered foreign currency. what is not known is how kim jong-un has decided to do with his uncle. is he just removed and going to live a quiet, private, and hopefully peaceful life
-old daughter, amber and her fiance, jonathan norton shown in this facebook photo were also on the plane. they plan to get married january 4th. she is a graduate of santa teresa high san jose. dale's son, daniel, and daniel's wife shown in this facebook photo were also aboard the plane. friends of dales describe him as a religious man who taught seminary every morning at this mormon church in south san jose. he is also known for giving back. friends say he was the first to fly his plane with a group of volunteers to new orleans after hurricane katrina hit. sadly, now this rescue mission is for dale and his family. dale's wife, janice, and their daughter, kricrystal, are at th search command center in idaho hoping for good news. tomorrow they're going to add two six-wing aircrafts in that search effort. sheriffs deputies tell me they're not expecting a lot of snow in the search area overnight, but the big concern is the cold because it is expected it drop down to zero overnight. reporting live in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, marianne. >>> a missing 13-year-ol
. the on board with smith his daughter amber and her fiance jonathan norton. smith so that daniel shown here on the left and his wife. smith and his family had just spent thanksgiving at his parent's home in oregon. >> he was just taking his son and his daughter back. son back to butte, montana a and daughter back to the idaho where she goes school with her fiance. >>reporter: after dropping them off smith was going back to oregon to pick up his wife and other daughter and 2 younger sons and bring them back to san jose. the search resumes tomorrow st weather permitting. vick lee, abc 7 news. >> well there was a rally outside fundraiser for the sonoma couldn't district attorney with protestors angry over the investigation into the shooting death of a boy by a sheriff's deputy. protest trors demanding an indictment in the case of 15-year-old andy lopez who was carrying a pellet gun that lacked lick an ak 47 when deputy eric shot him on october 22. they put pressure on the district attorney jill ravage to take action. >> let her know that she does not do the necessary things that there's
. schools are race to go making connected part of their lives. here is abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom. >> reporter: when mike teaches math, technology is everywhere. it's how he collects the homework. >> megaagain, ashley. >> and goes over the trouble spot. >> twelve to the second power equals -- >> take a rubber style plus and ipad and adds power play, it's a classroom full of kids paying attention. >> the kids love it. you can just see their eyes just open when they feed technology on the big screen. >> it's the new face of education for a new generation of learners. >> these kids are digital natives and this is their world. they were completely engaged in the math class. >> but never mind the ipads and projection screen. it's one you cannot see. the school has a blazingly fast internet connection. half the schools still don't have that. >> the the typical school in ama has the same internet access of typical home but they have 500 or over 800 kids trying to use the bandwidth. >> he is head of the internet highway. they just received $9 million from microsoft founder bill gets and f
as part of their lives. here is abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom. >> reporter: when mike teaches math, technology is everywhere. it's how he collects the homework. >> mega, ashley. >> and goes over the trouble spot. >> twelve to the second power equals -- >> take a rubber stylus and ipad and add power play, it's a classroom full of kids paying attention. >> the kids love it. you can just see their eyes just open when they see the technology on the big screen. >> it's the new face of education for a new generation of learners. >> these kids are digital natives and this is their world. they were completely engaged in the math class. >> but never mind the ipads and fancy projection screen. it's one you cannot see, the school has a blazingly-fast internet connection. that's a luxury that half the schools still don't have that. >> the typical school in america has the same internet access of typical home, but they have 500 or in the case of this school over 800 kids trying to use that bandwidth. >> evan is the head of the internet highway. they just received $9 million from microsoft found
the police are overreaching. jonathan sill says for this case to progress it has to be the boys knew the person was drunk and that they knew the accident would happen. so there's a standard of proof that is very, very high. it would be very difficult for the state to say one of the boys' conduct actually caused the accident. other thing you're a parent, i thought about, how much responsibility is on the shoulder of the parent who some people if they want to be cynical would say why didn't you teach your kid not to overindulge and underage drink, if we're going to go that route of who's responsible. >> i'm not saying it's an easy case but i don't agree with the analogies the way they were presented. i won't say it's an individual with a gun in his hand. to the extent this driver got out and leaves her the keys, he's handing the gun or it's someone who's intoxicated and now going for a swim in the ocean and you're giving them the bathing suit. you're facilitating. the prosecution is saying you're facilitating the process that puts them on this deadly sbiral. i don't know they'll be suc
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